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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 24, 2017)

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'He's like a baby in an adult body' Partner's battle to care for the man she loves after a rare diagnosis of dementia. 648
'No whites allowed' graffiti condemned. 329
A 'real' - and funny - view of inner city life. 353
A garden suburb Madin Brum. 1074
A mobile OS that really takes the biscuit; Is Android's Oreo software as sweet as developers hoped it would be? 589
A painful reminder of divorce in retirement. 639
A street food sensation; Great British Bake Off star Chetna Makan tells ELLA WALKER about tackling the colourful and tasty world of Indian food. 1589
Accountancy in app launch. 163
Airport queues grow in staffing row. 160
Albion rock at the back Craig signs new deal. 409
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 249
also showing. 357
APP ofthe WEEK. 228
Arcadian venue for cocktail bar. 216
Award-winner heads to Brum. 196
Baby left in Odeon toilet finally discovers identity of mother after 61 years; Man solves mystery that has haunted him all his life. 761
BBC asked to hand over tapes in pub bombs case. 241
Bigger venue for Wilderness. 225
BOOK REVIEW. 420
Boost for tech firm using AI software to reduce energy; BUSINESS. 304
Brides-to-be left high and dry as dress shop closes; Some had already paid for dresses. Nick McCarthy Staff Reporter nick.mccarthy@trinitymirror.com 665
British Gas treating us like cash cows; Letters. 190
Burger restaurants closed after administration deal. 133
Buses down to a crawl as jams increase. 189
Businessman honoured by Queen failed to pay minimum wage to staff. 418
Can a great architect salvage a flawed vision for HS2 station? ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN. 1025
Car dealer guilty of selling 'death trap'. 212
Care revolution could be 'economic opportunity' Report: Smaller providers would offer jobs boost for region. Report 476
City of surprises; it may find itself overshadowed by barcelona and madrid but valencia has plenty to offer those seeking a city break, says TAMLYN JONES. 878
Clay pigeon shoot is bang on target. 299
Cold call crackdown to weed out pension scams; PERSONAL FINANCE. 634
Cutting hedge style for bushes; IT'S THE TIME OF YEAR FOR HEDGE TRIMMING, SO HERE ARE MY TOP TIPS FOR DOING A PERFECT JOB. 648
Dame Julie backs 2022 Games bid. 118
Daughter of city council leader cleared of fraud. 356
Deadly street drug flown into prison using drones. 308
ELIOT'S POETRY IN MANSION. 243
Enjoy a taste of adventure. 192
Finding an electronic sound was the Spark we needed; Four decades from their breakthrough hits, the Mael brothers are looking forward to getting back on the road next month with their new album. MARTIN HUTCHINSON reports. 832
Foodie deals to mark the city's great flavours. 260
Forget fairytale... Cohen's got feet firmly on ground. 611
Fruits of labour rewarded with Bard's gin. 380
Get down to business as top speakers head to NEC show. 805
Getting a flavour of the world in centre of the UK; In a world where chain coffee shops are the norm, the pleasure of trying somewhere new or a bit different can be an overlooked pleasure. So here's GRAHAM YOUNG's guide to 12 of the best little cafes and delis in Birmingham - from jam on toast to Middle Eastern spices. 1521
Go-ahead for bowling alley to be bulldozed. 175
HANDS UP FOR DETROIT; DETROIT(15) ..... 478
History in the making; PHILIPPA GREGORY LOVES WRITING ABOUT STRONG WOMEN FROM THE PAST, BUT IS SURPRISED WE DON'T HAVE MORE EQUALITY IN TODAY'S WORLD, AS HANNAH STEPHENSON FINDS OUT. 1111
HOLIDAY DEALS escape plans; Fancy getting away from it all? We've rounded up our pick of the top destinations on offer from travel agents. 252
Hotshot Hogan gives Bruce food for thought. 292
I only want to be in things I'd like to watch ... it's the same kind of commitment for Star Wars as Detroit; In just a few short years, John Boyega has gone from appearing in TV series Becoming Human to a pivotal role in in the latest Star Wars trilogy. He chats to SUSAN GRIFFIN about his new film Detroit, working with Kathyrn Bigelow and taking his work seriously about ON THE BIG SCREEN. 1033
Ideal family home in perfect location. 296
Immaculate family home. 201
Inside story of Belgrade Plaza scheme. 241
JOHNSON HAD HARSH WORDS FOR CASTLE. 188
Labour left-wingers cry foul after council candidate selection vote. 385
late breakslast-minute holidays. 137
Life should mean life in mother's case; Letters. 175
Listed Jewellery Quarter properties sold for PS2m. 130
logan lucky (15) ... .. 227
Lost hero of a secret war; Sailor dived into sinking sub in hunt for codes. 954
M&S and Next head to long-awaited development. 258
Mass mauling: Tippi Hedren was just Lights, camera, OUCH! MARION MCMULLEN looks back at the Hollywood stars who have truly suffered for their art. 775
Mazars hosts BPS Aspire barbecue. 172
Media firm to pay back fraud victims. 246
MEET THE STARS of CELEBRITY ISLAND; ON THE SMALL SCREEN. 1000
mfg mock tribunal session proves a huge success. 236
Michael Gove? Start with Ronnie Corbett then take away the charisma and likeability... COMEDIAN AND IMPRESSIONIST JON CULSHAW TELLS MARION MCMULLEN HOW HE COOKED UP HIS GREAT BRITISH TAKE OFF TOUR. 920
Midlands enjoying a mini house price boom. 430
MP: Bin strike will harm bid to relocate Channel 4 to city. 579
Naked man storms into city inquest. 208
Narrowboat concert aims to flood the canals with music; Birmingham's canals will provide the backdrop for a piece to mark BCMG's 30th anniversary. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY reports. 841
New airline jobs for city. 142
New boss for investment firm. 234
New face as marketing team expands. 174
New pub destined for station. 125
New rehabilitation hospital for Pebble Mill. 238
Old engineering factory site sold for apartments; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Tamlyn Jones tamlyn.jones@trinitymirror.com. 295
Old Eurostar loco makes tracks to new HS2 engineering college. 329
One chapter ends, and another begins. 678
OPEN ALL HOURS; kate lally discovers that, even at ramadan, there's a welcome in dubai. Travel narrative 753
Our focus firmly on business; CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAW. 417
OWN NORA BATTY'S RURAL RETREAT. 235
PCSO made PS8,000 of false expense claims. 254
Pencil in a viewing! 422
Perfect recipe for Good Food Guide. 434
Police officers planned to use force panda car to rob drugs courier. 460
Premier Inn hotel bought. 177
Pulis playing it cool over Evans' future. 262
Quiz. 145
RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE. 497
Reunion with lost siblings. 150
Revealed: The secret spirit of Birmingham. 361
REVIEW CBSO Symphony Hall and BBC Proms ????? ..... 517
Road ahead laid out for green future. 351
Rock club plan for old hospital. 555
SAY 'I DO' TO THE PERFECT GOWN. 284
Show who wears the trousers; Give your plain black slacks a rest and make a pair of these trendy trews the star of your outfit, says KATIE WRIGHT. 364
Sibley ready to take on old boys in T20 quarter-final. 291
Smaller is better for Cayman as Porsche cranks up power; German car maker's new engine makes driving a pleasure. EDWARD STEPHENS reports. 632
Sound investment. 238
SOUND JUDGEMEN; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 363
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 198
Stop press...Trump finally grasps reality OFAFGHANISTAN; STATESIDE. 649
Strike by binmen 'has harmed' city's reputation in UK; MP: Bad publicity will damage Channel 4 HQ bid. 111
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 285
THE KID'S IS ALRIGHT. 254
The Wanderer mobile bar aims to drive up business. 197
Time to restore pride in our city; Letters. 309
Tiny bundle with biggest blue eyes I had ever seen. 286
Trading places: Capturing the hustle of the markets; The buzz and characters of the Second City's Wholesale Markets have been captured by artist Danny Howes for a new exhibition which opens next month. 781
Tropical Amazon catfish found in Midland canal. 310
Versatility will help Mitch's development - Colin. 201
Vision of Paradise as office plans revealed. 416
We'll make it happen for you; "We make it happen". 435
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 115
Who was woman in Odeon? 191
Why everyone aspires to join 'Royal' family. 790
Why travel further? WITH ITS WARM CLIMATE, BEAUTIFUL BEACHES AND HISTORIC CHARM, FRAN MCELHONE FOUND BRITTANY TO BE A WONDERFUL FAMILY HOLIDAY DESTINATION. 1710
Woman loses planning battle to save tree house. 389
World-class legal experts a vital cog in this region's success story. 785
Wraps come off rarest of Jaguars after restoration. 386

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